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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednetday, February 5, 1975 BOOK YOUR DISNEYLAND EASTER VACATION NOW For all your travel irrifcAmtnti ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 -The Sports LithbridiiOtticiFiniiiuriUd. 7lh SI. Staffing PtWM (U3) 321-7411 FILING CABINETS But closed strong to belt Centennials 7-2 Broncos got off to slow start By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor Calgary Centennials must wonder what they have to do to shake the 7-2 deficit problem that has haunted them at the Sportsplex this season. Centennials, who have enough trouble explaining a last place position in the western division of the Western Canada Hockey League, must have an even tougher time telling general manager Scotty Munro why they can't seem to break the one-sided jinx here in Lethbridge. Centennials managed just three shots on goal in the first period but scored on two of them and earned a 2-1 first period lead. That was the end of it all for them as the Lethbridge Broncos stormed back with three unanswered goals in the second and third periods for their second straight 7-2 home ice victory over the Centennials. The locals belted Scotty's Cents 7-2 on Boxing Day in the same Sportsplex. Terry Bucyk turned in his finest game in Bronco colors to pace the locals with two power play efforts while singles came off the sticks of Bill Jobson, John Doug Gillespie, Alec Tidey and one off the skate of Bryan Trottier. Don Ashby accounted for both Calgary goals, his 36th and 37th of the year. That was the lone bright spot in a rather dismal evening witnessed by just fans. "I thought we played said coach Earl Ingarfield in the Bronco dressing room after the game. "We started a little slow in the first period but came on strong. Ingarfield was particularly pleased with his club's penal- ty killing. "We never let them get untracked it he said. Broncos took 10 of 17 minor penalties in the game and f each club was assessed a major penalty. The score actually a disorganized Centennial club as the Broncos fired 43 shots at Larry Hendrick while the Cents replied with just 21 on Rollie.Boutin. Bucyk opened the scoring for the Broncos on the first of his two power play goals as he took a perfect pass from Jerry Bancks directly in front of Hendricks at the four minute mark and made no mistake beating the Calgary netminder high to the right side. Ashby got his first goal partly as a gift from referee Ron Redford of Edmonton. Redford was set to call a delayed penalty on Tidey of the Broncos but Ashby converted a goal mouth pass past Boutin. Redford, however, missed that Tidey had actually taken control of the puck at the Calgary blueline. It wasn't the only mistake Redford was to make on the evening. Broncos made a gift of Ashby's second goal as they allowed the Cents to bottle them up and Greg Neeld set Ashby up perfectly in front of Boutin, much in the same manner as Bucyk was set up by Bancks. The first period ended 2-1 Calgary despite the fact the Broncos outshot them 11-3. Boutin, after seeing two of three shots go by him, slammed the door and the Bronco forwards went to work as they constantljWorechecked the Cents into mistakes particularly in the late stages of the second period. Trottier tied the game at 2-2 for the Broncos as he directed a shot past Hendricks with tu's skate. The Cents argued he had kicked the puck in but to no avail. The goal came at and things got tight and the checking very close. Broncos put the game away, for aJl intents and purposes, with two goals in the last minute and 15 seconds of the second period. Jobson, who saw very little-action early in the game, banged in a rebound off a shot from the point by big Don Johnson. Jobson did the work on the goal as he knocked Neeld off the puck behind the Calgary net, fed Johnson and then fired the rebound home. Tidey made Bronco hustle pay off at the mark of the second with a goal from close in. Bucyk had unnerved Hendrick with two booming shots before Greg Woods slid a pass to Tidey in the slot and bingo it's 4-2. Centennials just went' through the motions most of the third period as Gillespie scored from the point on a shot that Hendrick never moved on'at the mark. Lutz came back at after picking up a drop pass at the Calgary blueline and simply walking in untouched on Hendrick. Bucyk finished things off deflecting a shot from the point past a frustrated Hendrick. The two clubs go at it again in Calgary Thursday night. Broncos' next home game is Sunday afternoon at two against the Medicine Hat Tigers. LOOSE PUCKS Wade Smith of the Broncos and Denny McLean of the Cents had two third period battles while Ron Delorme took offence to being knocked down from behind by Calgary's Rick Hodgson The two had a scrap that drew majors and almost went at it again leaving the penalty box.. Redford was greeted by catcalls of "we want Harding" early and often .Local fans didn't like some of his calls He missed the fact that Trottier did in fact Rick in his goal in the second period and then took a goal away from the Bronco captain that actually did go in off his skate Woods was 20 Tuesday The three stars.were Bucyk, Lutz and Johnson of the Broncos It's hard to select a Centen- nials when they are beaten 7-2, outshot 43-21 and when the best player they supposedly had on the ice, Neeld, was on for six of the seven Bronco goals Tuesday's crowd of was the lowest of the season. BRONCOS 7 CALOARY First Period: 1. Lethbridge, Bucyk (DeioriTie, Bancks) Caigary, Ashby {Glendenning, Hodgson) Calgary, Ashby (lestander, Neeld) Penalties Glendenning C Lutz L Gillespie L, Fynn f Hodgson C Second Period: 4. Lethbridge, Trottier (Delorme, Lutz) 5. Lethbridge, Jobson (Bancks. Johnson) 6. Lethbridge, Tidey (Lutz, Woods) Penalties Lutz L Smith L Gillespie L B. McLean C Delorme L, Hodgson C, (majors) Third Period: 7. Lethbridge. Gillespie (Woods) 8. Lethbridge. Lutz (Trottier) 9. Lethbridge, Bucyk (Tidey, Bancks) Penalties Smith L, (double minor) D, McLean C Bucyk L Hodgson C Henderson L D. McLean C Shots on goat by Calgary 11 7-21 Lethbridge 11 15 Goaltenders Hendricks, Calgary: Boutin, Lethbridge. Attendance IT WAS ONE OF THOSE NIGHTS FOR CENTENNIALS Nordica Reg. SALE Supir Pro 170.00 139" 15000 119" UdiN' Elttinci 9.99 Mini 130.00 And others 79" DOWN SUITS POWDER HORN JACKETS Men's Ladies' SALE I TURTLE- NECKS 39 DOWN MITTS TOPHER Reg. 9.25 SALE 7 SKIS Reg. SALE Purple 160.00 119" Dill 14OOO I'd 185.00 140 r 250.00 199" Rnuignol ongg Strain 000.00 100 200.00 159" FOR THE CROSS COUNTRY BUFFS Hoad Skis too...... Karhu Touring. Jarvinen Non Slip RH 29" 100% DOWN JACKETS 20% OFF KIDS CLOTHES GOGGLES BINDINGS Sale Starts Feb. 3rd to 8th Hours: Noon to 9 p.m. daily Set. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 264-2793 264-2674 351 10 Ave. S.W. CALGARY, ALBERTA By THE CANADIAN PRESS Visiting teams won two of three games played Tuesday night in the Western Canada Hockey League. Regina Pats journeyed to Brandon and handed the Wheat Kings a 5-1 loss and Ed- Kings edged Flin Flon Bombers 6-4'lh Flin Flon. The only team to break the pattern was Lethbridge Bron- who fell behind 2-1 after one period to Calgary Centen- nials but came back for a decisive 7-2 victory. At Brandon, the Pats scored three goals late in the third period for their victory. Wheat Kings dominated much of the game but were unable to penetrate the tough goaltending of all-star net- minder Ed Staniowski who blocked 43 shots compared with just 25 by his counterpart Elaine Peterson. Jim Minor and Dave Faulk- ner scored two goals each for the Pats who held a slim 2-1 Late spurt gives Sons a 3-3 tie PINCHER CREEK (Special) Three un- answered goals in the third period lifted the Lethbridge Native Sons to a 3-3 tie with the Pass Red Devils in an ex- hibition hockey game before 400 fans here Tuesday night. The Native Sons, who play in the Central Alberta Junior B Hockey scheduled the game with The Pass-of the Alberta Junior Hockey League to get some tougher competition prior to representing Alberta in the Canada Winter Games. The Red Devils got a goal from Terry Salonki early in the first period, and added two more late in the second to take a 3-D lead into the final frame. Tom McMasters scored at the mark, and George Baut added the r third Red Devil goal with just one se- cond remaining in the middle period. But the Native Sons came roaring back with goals by Terry Roberts, Greg Kveder and Ron Simmons in the final 20 minutes to salvage the tie. Ken Klinkhammer assisted on two of the goals. The clubs splift 10 minor penalties and The Pass took the game's only major. The Native Sons will be after their 25th win in league competition tonight when they travel to Redcliff to meet the Cubs in regular CAJHL ac- tion. Then, on Saturday, they will be back home at Henderson Ice Centrq for a game against Brooks. reign games lead with less than five f minutes remaining in the y TIRE SPORT a Rob Tudor got the other Re-gina goal with Brandon's 3 marker provided by Dan Bonar. Bpnar's goal was the rookies' eighth in as many i games. Tony Currie scored three 2 goals to lead the way for Ed-- monton. It was the Oil Kings r first victory over Flin Flon this season, i Other Edmonton goals were scored by Robin Sadler, Mike Will and Doug Lecuyer. Flin Flon replied" with goals from Blair Davidson, Rich Goss.elin, Doug Williams and Kevin Marinos. League play resumes CANADA NATIONAL LEAGUE Eastern Division Pairick Division W L T F A Pts W L T F Saskatoon _. .28 14 B 257 186 64 Philadelphia .32 11 7 178 Lethbridge ..22 21 4 216 217 48 Rangers 26 15 10 210 Regina ......22 26 3 192 205 47 ganders ....21 17 13 172 Brandon 18 26 6 196 233 42 Atlanta 22 20 10 147 Flin Flon ....13 28 7 177 267 33 Smyths Division Winnipeg ....12 33 8 179 297 32 Vancouver .26 21 5 176 Western Division Chicago 24 22 6 167 Victoria 35 13 4 309 193 74 St. Louis ___ 19 23 9 164 Medicine Hat 30 13 3 257 168 63 Minnesota ...13 30 6 133 Kamloops ...28 17 4 236 191 SO Kansas City 10 34 7 127 New West t. .23 16 10 225 194 56 Norris Division Edfndnton ...21 18 6 217 195 48 Montreal ___ 30 9 13 240 Calgary 8 35 7 169 284 23 Los Angeles .29 9 13 178 GAMES THURSDAY Pittsburgh ...21 19 11 207 Edmonton at Winnipeg' Detroit 13 28 10 149 Lethbridge at Calgary Washington... 4 42 5 109 'Adams Division BRONCO SCORING 34 11 7 G A Pts Boston 27 14 10 232 Trottier 34 70 104 Toronto 20 25 7 Pis 107 71 166 62 139 55 149 54 162 57 151 54 184 47 215 32 219 27 145 73 112 71 192 53 204 36 265 13 158 75 151 64 203 47 3345 78 California .12 33 33 nipeg Clubs and Lethbridge 30 41 71 NHL 23 29 52 P 96 First period: i. Brandon, Bonar (Bradbury, Anderson) 13 12 25 Lafleur, Mtl 40 Regier 6 19 25 Mahovlich, Mtl 85 50 75 penalties -Nagel R 10 12 22 Dionne. Del 73 40 69 66 Second period: 3. Regina; 3 8 11 Gilbert. NY R 65- Penalties Nagel R Tldball ___ f 5 5 10 Perreault, Bui 27 Smith 0 10 10 Ratelle NY R 64 39 62 Third period: 4. Regina, Faulkner, (Tudor, Wirachowsky) 1 Regina, Faulkner (Harazny, Minor) Penalties Stevens B Nagei R Melnyk B G. Joly R Shots on goal by Regina 11 7 30 Brandon 15 13 Goal: Staniowski R, Peterson B. Attendance: EDMONTON 6 FLIN FLON 4 First period: 1. Edmonton, Sadler (Morrow. Olson) 2. Flin Flon, B Davidson (McDill, Gosselln) 3. Edmonton. Currie (Peterson, Lecuyer) 4. Edmonton. Will (Sootaert) Penalties Sadler E Ballingal FF, Rissling E (minors and majors) Davis FF Davis FF Morrow E (majors) j Second pariod: 5. Flin Flon, Gosselin IMcDIII) 6. Flin Flon, Williams (McDill, Kuntz) Edmonton. Currie (Peterson. Lecuyer) Penalties Dorman FF, Olson E (minors and majors) Rissling 1 1 Chicago 3 Kansas City 3 1 1 Toronto 5 St. Louis 3 t y. World WORLD ASSOCIATION Houston 4 Indianapolis 3 Canadian Division Edmonton i Baltimore 0 W L T F A Pta San Diego 8 Toronto 4 Quebec 32 17 0 207 158 64 Central 'oronto 27 21 2 214 189 56 Denver 8 Salt Lake City 3 Edmonton ...25 17 2 163 145 52 -Fort Worth 3 Seattle 3 23 2 143 155 46 Western Canada Mnnipeg ....20 22 2 174 156 44 Edmonton 6 Flin Flon 4 Eastern Division Lethbridge 7 Calgary 2 M.England ..27 19 2 165 168 56 Regina 5 Brandon 1 Cleveland ...21 26 2 "140 157 44 Saskatoon 4 Kamloops 1 Chicago 18 30 1 '166 196 37 Manitoba Junior ndranapolis .10 37 3 111 203 23 St. James 3 Selkirk 0 Western Division 0 Winnipeg 4 Portage la Prairie Houston 32 16 0 222 64 Alberta Junior 'hoenlx 25 20 6 179 165 56 Red Deer 7 Spruce Grove 5 Minnesota ...26 20 0 192 154 52 Western International an Diego ...24 20 1 164 155 49 Kimberley 5 Nelson 1 altimore....13 34 3 117 205 29 BASKETBALL SCORES VHA LEADERS National GAP Philadelphia 111 Buffalo E Watson FF, Babych E e Babych E Fleming FF ..38 41 79 Golden State 107 Houston Morrow E Third period: 8. Edmonton, Currie (Will) 9. Edmonton, Lscuyer (Rissling) 10. Flin Penalties Fleming Rissling E, Watson FF Babych E (game misconduct) Baych E, Ballingal FF, Lecuyer E (minors) Montgomery FF. Swales E (majors) Perkins E Shots on goil by Edmonton 13 12 Flin Flon 13 11 Goal: Swanson FF. Soelaert E Attendance: SASKATOON 4, KAMLOOPS 1 Flnl Period: 1. Kamloops, Qalllmore (Kerr, McAloney) 2. Saskatoon, Arndt (Leggott, Goertz) Penalties Lyseng K, George S (majors) Federko S 10M5, Robinson K Young K D. Ferner K Smith S Robinson K Stcond Pariod: 3. Saskatoon, Peters (Federko, Hawryllw) 4. Saskatoon, Peters 5. Saskatoon. Arndt PenaltiM BRONCOS Buy a Season Ticket for the Rest of the Season Be Assured of the Same Seat 1 for the Playoffs. Contact LETHBRIDGE BRONCOS at the SPORTSPLEX For Further Information PHONE Hatheway K, Hoffrneyer S B. I Chapman S 1 Third Perhxl: No scoring. Penalties 1 Young McDonald mlscon- 1 duct Melrose Arndt 1 1 Shots on goal by 1 Saskatoon. 9 13 7-29 1 Kamloops 22 20 1 Attendance 1.545. TIRES LTD. 'G and Serve? 402 1st Ave S -Phone 327-6886 or ;